Hotel Kim Du

Address: 14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien.
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Travel Blogs from Ha Tien

Beach Day at Kep

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 04, 2015

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... don't swim during the middle of the day and only go to the beach in the early morning or late evening as they also don't like getting tanned here. This little town or village is very sleepy and not much happening but it's exactly what we like. We decided to leave the beach at about 1600 and headed further south down the only road. It followed the coastline and had a few hotels and inns but there were no tourists around. I don't know how they remain in business ...

The Journey to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Apr 29, 2015

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Today we was leaving Koh Rong and Cambodia. Heading for the boarding and crossing into Vietnam. The day started very early indeed we set out alarms so we could go and watch the sunrise on monkey beach. It was only 5 minutes walk to here, we sat on the rocks and waited for the sun to come up. It was pretty cloudy so we were waiting a while before it peaked out from above the clouds. It wasn't the most amazing sunset we've ever seen but was still pretty. We headed back to bed for ...

Cambodia, Rabbit Island

A travel blog entry by timelaine on Jan 25, 2015

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We headed to the southern coast of Cambodia to hang out on the beaches a bit. Our first stop was a small island called Rabbit Island which was about 1/2 hour off the coast. It reminded us of Ilha do Mel in Brazil. There was only one main beach with bungalows. They didn't have electricity or internet and it was very rustic but thats what made it special. We got a grass ...


A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 03, 2015

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... spots to explore the sport. All in all, it was worth the $70 for the day experience (instead of covering the 4 star resort for losing the facial hair bet I told Justin I'd cover his climb bill). Back in town we hit up one of the local pepper crab spots that was suggested to us by our friend Bing from Phnom Penh. For $5 it hit the spot we had in our empty bellies. We then headed back to our hotel to relax a little bit from the morning and afternoon activities. Justin bought his ...

Day 115. Glimpse of genocide, savage

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 21, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... s'. We past a very black river that STUNK of sewage.

We arrived at the at Tuol Sleng Museum (S21), paid US$3 entry and then opted for a guide, US$1 each. The guide was worthwhile as there wasn't much written information.

We had some basic knowledge of the Khmer Rouge and had of course heard of Pol Pot, but we never appreciated the scale of barbarity he and the Khmer Rouge inflicted on their own country men.

The museum was set in ...